Dr. Ephraim Kam

Dr. Ephraim Kam is principal research fellow and deputy director of the Institute for National Security Studies at Tel Aviv University. He previously served as a colonel in the Research Division of IDF Military Intelligence. He specializes in security problems of the Middle East, Iranian strategy, Israeli national security issues, and strategic intelligence.

Publications by Dr. Ephraim Kam

What If Iran Gets the Bomb? The Iranian Challenge to the West

The Iranians are conducting a clandestine nuclear program in parallel to the public one, the aim of which is clearly the acquisition of nuclear weapons. The Israeli intelligence assessment speaks of three or four years; the Americans add another year or two to this timetable. Read More »